By James Kimple. Written by an educator who is also the father of four children with learning difficulties, this book discusses the nature of visual development and the importance of the visual system to school success. Includes sections on the role of the school and the unfortunate labels that are placed on children who are having trouble; the behavioral optometry approach to helping to solve learning-related vision problems, including a "red flags" list of symptoms; some basic common sense parenting tips; and an illustrated section of home and school activities, games and exercises to enhance functioning in specific areas. Perfect reading for parents and educators. Softbound, 160 pages.